Application for Business Studies in Healthcare Management (B.A.)
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Course start winter semester 2019/2020
Course start summer semester 2020
application portal opens at the beginning of the application period
You find the information on how to apply here.
All applications must be completed via the Online application portal.
- What does it mean if a degree course has "free admission"?
Every application that
- meets the entry requirements and
- arrives within the time-limit and in the prescribed manner gets admitted.
"in the prescribed manner" means, that the application has to use the proper channels and forms (e.g. it can't be submitted by email) and meet the entry requirements for studying the desired course at the HNU.
"within the time-limit" means, that all documents have to arrive at the HNU before the application deadline ends.
Please note: The notifocation of approval you'll receive after a successfull application does not yet mean that you study at the HNU. To become a HNU student, you have to take the next step and enroll within the enrollment period.
To apply for degree courses with free admission, please use the HNU application portal.
- Which degree courses* at the HNU do have free admission?
Bachelor degree courses:
Master's degree courses:
* abbreviations for degree courses
BIA: Master of Business Intelligence and Business Analytics
BGW (sometimes BG or BWG): Business Studies in Healthcare Management
BWL (sometimes BW): Business Studies
ICCMM: International Corporate Communication and Media Management
IEIM: International Enterprise Information Management
IG: Information Management in Healthcare
GPM: Game-Production and Management
IMA: Information Management Automotive
IMUK (sometimes IMU): Information Management and Corporate Communications
MAM: Master of Advanced Management
WIF (WF at the THU): Business Information Systems
WIL (WL at the THU): Industrial Engineering / Logistics
WIN (WI at the THU): Industrial Engineering
WP (sometimes WIPSY): Industrial Psychology